We're Small, So Try Harder!

We’re not a big fish, you won’t feel like a sardine when you work with us.

Red Five Comms is small by choice. It's so we can give our clients the focus they deserve. When our time is fully booked, we close the books to make sure we’re always able to provide the highest quality of work!

You are our priority. 

 

Your Stories, Well Told

Are you reaching who you need to?

Maybe we can help. We'll listen to your goals and use an agile methodology grounded in behavioural sciences to propose strategy and tactical activity that works. 


We provide expert, veteran consultancy, without the astronomical costs of big agencies. We take pride in helping our clients achieve remarkable things.


If you’d like to find out more, please don't hesitate to get in touch!

 

Services

 
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Public Relations (PR)

Strategic Communications

Effective engaging with those that matter most to your success.

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Good Work, For Nice People

"It's a simple but effective approach that works well for us and our clients.

"We're honest and friendly, and only ever propose work that we truly believe is in your best interest.

"The team that listens and plans is always responsible for implementation and delivery. There is no 'pitch and switch' (we don't have anyone to switch over to for starters).

"Your success is our success, and that's the way we like it."

Austin Brailey, Red Five Comms Founder

 

Testimonials

 
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Meera Pathak, Head of Product, Canvas8

"Incredible comms specialists. From helping us build lasting relationships with journalists, to shaping our brand positioning, we loved having Red Five as part of the family."

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